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DECEMBER, 1814.

Proceedings.

SENATE.

German, Goldsborough,' Gore, Horsey, Hunter, Lam

THURSDAY, December 1. bert, and Mason. Nays-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Brent, motion made yesterday, by Mr. Daggett, to refer

The Senate resumed the consideration of the Chace, Condit, Daggett, Lacock, Morrow, Roberts, Robinson, Smith, Tait, Taylor, Thompson, Turner, 1.0 a select committee, to consist of five members

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the bill. entitled “ An act to provide additional Varnum, Walker, and Wharton.

revenues for defraying the expenses of Govern

ment, and maintaining the public credit, by lay, WEDNESDAY, November 30.

ing duties on spirits distilled within the United

States, and by amending the act laying duties on Mr. FROMENTIN, from the committee, reported licenses to distillers of spirituous liquors," 10 conthe bill to extend the time of Oliver Evans's pat. sider and report thereon, and agreed thereto; and ent for his improvement op steam engines cor- Messrs. TAYLOR, BLEDSOE, Brown, Chace, and rectly engrossed ; and on motion, by Mr. Brown, Daggett, were appointed the committee. the further consideration thereof was postponed The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the until to-morrow.

Whole, the consideration of the bill in addition The bill, entitled "An act to provide additional to an act, entitled "An act more effectually to prorevenues for defraying the expenses of Govern-vide for the national defence by establishing an ment, and maintaining the public credit, by lay uniform militia throughout the United States ;" ing duties on spirits distilled within the Uni- and on motion, by Mr. TURNER. the further conted States, and by amending the act laying duties sideration thereof was postponed until to-morrow. on licenses to distillers of spirituous liquors,” was The following Message was received from the read the second time.

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: A motion was made, by Mr. Daggett, to refer to the Senate and House of the said bill to a select committee; and on motion,

Representatives of the United States : by Mr. BLEDSOE, the consideration thereof was postponed until to-morrow.

I transmit, for the information of Congress, the comMr. Anderson submitted the following motion munications last received from the Ministers Extraor

dinar and Plenipotentiary of the United States at for consideration :

Ghent, explaining the course and actual state of their Resolved, That the committee to whom was referred negotiations with the Plenipotentiaries of Great Britain. so much of the Message of the President of the United

JAMES MADISON. States as relates to naval affairs, be instructed to in DECEMBER 1, 1814. quire into the expediency of making provision by law that the officers and crews of the vessels authorized to ferred to were read, and five hundred copies

The Message and communications therein rebe built or purchased, by an act passed the fifteenth thereof ordered to be printed for the use of the day of November, one thousand eight hundred and

Senate. fourteen, may be entitled to receive the whole of the prize money which may arise from the sale of such vessel or vessels and their cargoes as they may cap

Friday, December 2. ture, and which may be condemned as good prize according to law; and that the committee have leave to

The President communicated a report of the report by bill or otherwise.

Secretary for the Department of ths Navy, on The Senate proceeded to consider the resolu- to him the 17th of October; and the report was

the petition of Edward Bland and others, referred tions reported, on the 28th instant, by the Com- read; and on motion, by Mr. Morrow, the report, mittee on Naval Affairs; and, having agreed to together with the accompanying documents, was the first resolution, on motion, by Mr. Dana, the referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs, to further consideration of the second resolution was consider and report thereon by bill or otherwise. postponed to the first Monday in January next.

The Senate resumed the consideration of the On motion, by Mr. Dana, the first resolution motion made the 30th ultimo, by Mr. ANDERSON, was referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs, for instructing the Committee on Naval Affairs with instructions to report a bill agreeably to the io inquire into the expediency of making proprovisions thereof.

vision by law, in relation to officers and crews of The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the certain vessels; and agreed thereto. Whole, the consideration of the bill further in

The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the addition to an act, entitled "An act more effec- Whole, the consideration of the bill to authorize tually to provide for the national defence by es- the purchase of the library of Thomas Jefferson, tablishing an uniform militia throughout the late President of the United States; and, no United States;” and on motion, by Mr. ANDER- amendment having been proposed, the bill was son, the further consideration thereof was post- ordered to be engrossed and read a third time. poned until to-morrow.

A message from the House of Representatives The bill to authorize the purchase of the library informed the Senate that the House have passed of Thomas Jefferson, late President of the United a bill, entitled "An act to provide additional rev. States, was read the second time, and considered enues for defraying the expenses of Government as in Committee of the Whole; and on motion, and maintaining the public credit by duties on by Mr. Hunter, the bill was postponed until to carriages, and the harness used therefor;" also, a

bill, entitled "An act to provide additional rev

morrow.

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SENATE.

Proceedings.

DECEMBER, 1814 enues for defraying the expenses of Government pointed to inquire into the expediency of approand maintaining the public credit by duties on priating the lands reserved for the use of schools sales at auction, on the postage of letters, and on in the Mississippi Territory, with leave to report licenses to retail wines, spirituous liquors, and by bill or otherwise; and Messrs. BiBB, MORROW, foreign merchandise;" in which bills they re- and Wharton, were appointed the committee. quest the concurrence of the Senate.

The bill to authorize the purchase of the library The two bills last mentioned were read, and of Thomas Jefferson, late President of the United passed to the second reading.

States, was read a third time, and passed.
The engrossed bill to extend the time of Oliver
Evans's patent for his improvement on steam en-
gines was read a third time, and passed.

Monday, December 5.
The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the Mr. Daggett presented the petition of John C.
Whole, the consideration of the bill further in ad- Hurlburi, late of Chatham, in the district of Con-
dition to an act, entitled "An act more effectually necticut, now a prisoner confined in jail at Hart-
to provide for the national defence by establish- ford, in said district, for an alleged violation of
ing an uniform militia throughout the United the embargo law, as stated in the petition, and
States."

praying relief, for reasons therein staied; and the On motion, by Mr. HORSEY, that the further petition was read, and referred to a select comconsideration thereof be postponed to the first mittee, to consider and report thereon by bill or Monday in December next, it was determined in otherwise; and Messrs. DAGGETT, THOMPSON, the affirmative-yeas 16, nays 12, as follows: and Chace, were appointed the committee.

Yeas—Messrs. Daggett, Dana, Fromentin, Golds- Mr. Taylor, from the committee to whom borough, Gore, Horsey, Hunter, King, Lambert, Ma- was referred the bill, entitled "An act to provide son, Smith, Tait, Taylor, Thompson, Turner, and additional revenues for defraying the expenses of Walker.

Government and maintaining the public credit Nars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Chace, by laying duties on spirits distilled within the Condit, Gaillard, German, Lacock, Morrow, Roberts, United States, and by amending the act laying Varnum, and Wharton.

duties on licenses to distillers of spirituous liquors," Mr. King, from the committee to whom was reported it with amendments. referred, on the 31st of October, the petition of Mr. TAYLOR, from the same committee, also David M. Clarkson and others, citizens of New reported the bill, entitled "An act to provide adYork, praying the establishment of a National ditional revenues for defraying the expenses of Bank, reported a bill to incorporate the subscribers Government and maintaining the public credit by to the Bank of the United States of America; duties on carriages, and the harness used thereand the bill was read, and passed to the second | for," without amendment. reading.

Mr. King presented a memorial of a commitThe Senate resumed, as in Committee of the tee appointed by five of the banks in the city of Whole, the consideration of the bill for the relief New York, to take into consideration all matters of Bowie and Kuriz, and others; and on motion, relating to the state of credit in that city; remonby Mr. Smith, the consideration thereof was fur- strating against the proposed incorporation of the ther postponed to, and made the order of the day subscribers to the Bank of the United States of for, Tuesday next.

America; and the memorial was read.

The bill to incorporate the subscribers to the
SATURDAY, December 3.

Bank of the United States of America was read
The bill, entitled "An act to provide additional the second time and considered as in Committee
revenues for defraying the expenses of Govern- of the Whole.
ment and maintaining the publie credit by duties On motion, by Mr. Mason, to strike out, sec-
on sales at auction, on the postage of letters, and tion 1, line 4,"fifty," and insert "twenty,” in lieu
on licenses to retail wines, spirituous liquors, and thereof," reducing the proposed amount of the
foreign merchandise,” was read the second time; capital stock from fifty to twenty millions of dol-
and re ed to the com ee to whom was re- lars-after debate, on motion, by Mr. Dana, the
ferred, the 1st instant, the bill, entitled “An act further consideration thereof was postponed until
to provide additional revenues for defraying the to-morrow,
expenses of Government and maintaining the On motion, by Mr. Taylor, the Senate re-
public credit by laying duties on spirits distilled sumed, as in Committee of the Whole, the con-
within the United States, and by amending the sideration of the bill, entitled "An act to provide
act laying duties on licenses to distillers of spirit- additional revenues for defraying the expenses of
uous liquors," to consider and report thereon. Government and maintaining the public credit by

The bill, entitled "An act to provide additional | laying duties on spirits distilled within the Unirevenues for defraying the expenses of Govern- ted States, and by amending the act laying duties ment and maintaining the public credit by duties on licenses to distillers of spirituous liquors,” toon carriages, and the harness used therefor," was gether with the amendments reported thereto by read the second time, and referred to the com- the select committee; and the amendment, in mittee last mentioned, to consider and report part, with further amendments, were agreed to; thereon.

and on motion, by Mr. German, to strike out the On motion, by Mr. Bibb, a committee was ap- | 25th section of the bill, the Senate adjourned.

DECEMBER, 1814.
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SENATE.
Tuesday, December 6.

bert, Mason, Morrow, Roberts, Smith, Tait, Taylor, Mr. Daggett, from the committee to whom Thompson, Turner, Varnum, Walker, and Wharton. the subject was referred, reported a bill for the

NAY-Mr. Bledsoe. relief of John C. Hurlburt, of Chatham, in the A message from the House of Representatives State of Connecticut; and the bill was read, and informed the Senate that the House have passed passed to the second reading.

the bill which originated in the Senate, entitled Mr. Tait, from the Committee on Naval Af- "An act making further provision for filling the fairs, reported a bill authorizing the appointment ranks of the Army of the United States," with of certain naval officers therein named; and the amendments, in which they request the concurbill was read, and passed to the second reading. rence of the Senate.

Mr. HORSEY submitted the following motion The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the for consideration :

Whole, the consideration of the bill to incorResolved, that the President of the United States porate the subscribers to the Bank of the United be requested to cause to be laid before the Senate a

States of America. statement containing the specification of the various

On the question, to agree to the motion made post offices in the States, respectively; the annual yesterday by Mr. Mason, to strike out of section emoluments of the postmasters, and the amount of ex- one, line four, the word “ fifty," and insert in lieu penditures incident to their respective offices; as, also, thereof, “twenty," reducing the proposed amount the annual amount of the gross and net revenue de- of the capital stock from fifty to twenty millions rived therefrom between the 30th day of September, of dollars-on motion, by Mr. Horsey, it was A. D. 1810, and the 1st day of October, A. D. 1814. agreed to take the question by yeas and nays; The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the and, after debate, the further consideration there

was postponed until toact to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of Government and maintaining the ments of the House of Representatives to the public credit by laying duties on spirits distilled bill, entitled "An act making further provision within the United States, and by amending the for filling the ranks of the Army of the United act laying duties on licenses to distillers of spirit- States;" and, on motion, the Senate adjourned. uous liquors;" and on the question to agree to Mr. GERMAN's motion, to strike out section 25, as

WEDNESDAY, December 7. follows:

The bill for the relief of John C. Hurlburt, of “ And be it further enacted, That in future it shall the second time, and considered as in Committee

Chatham, in the State of Connecticut, was read be lawful for the distiller or distillers of domestic spirits, of the Whole; and, no amendment having been and all persons from whose materials such spirits shall be distilled, to sell without license any quantity there- proposed, the bill was ordered to be engrossed and

. of, not less than one gallon :" It was determined in the affirmative-yeas 15, naval officers therein mentioned was read the

The bill authorizing the appointment of certain Days 13, as follows:

second time. YEA8-Messrs. Brown, Daggett, Dana, Fromentin, The Senate resumed the consideration of the German, Goldsborough, Gore, Horsey, Hunter, King, motion made yesterday by Mr. HORSEY, requestLambert, Mason, Smith, Thompson, and Varnum. ing a specification of the various post offices, &c.,

Nars-Messrs. Bibb, Bledsoe, Chace, Condit, Gail- and agreed thereto. lard, Lacock, Morrow, Roberts, Tait, Taylor, Turner, The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the Walker, and Wharton.

Whole, the consideration of the bill for the relief And the President reported the bill to the of Bowie anů Kurtz, and others; and the further House amended.

consideration thereof was postponed until toOa motion, by Mr. BLEDSOE, to strike out, from morrow. the 1st section, the word "lweaty," where it oc The Senate resumed the consideration of the curs, and insert, in lieu thereof, "fifteen," reduc- amendments of the House of Representatives to ing the rate of duties; it was determined in the the bill, entitled "An act making further provisnegative-yeas 10, nays 19, as follows:

ion for blling the ranks of the Army of the UniYeas–Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Chace, ted States;" and concurred therein. Lacock, Morrow, Roberts, Turner, Walker, and Whar. A message from the House of Representatives

informed the Senate that the House have passed Nars-Messrs. Brown, Condit, Daggett, Dana, a bill, entitled "An act directing the staff officers Fromentin, Gaillard, German, Goldsborough, Gore, of the Army to comply with the requisitions of Horsey, Hunter, King, Lambert, Mason, Smith, Tait, naval and marine officers, in certain cases;" a bill Taylor, Thompson, and Varnum.

entitled "An act to provide for the widows and On the question, Shall the amendments be en- orphans of militia and volunteer soldiers who grossed and the bill be read a third time as shall die or be killed in the service of the United amended ? it was determined in the affirmative- States;" also, a bill, entitled "An act to authorize yeas 27, nays 1, as follows:

the President of the United States to accept the YEAs Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Brown, Chace, services of volunteers who may associate and Condit, Daggett, Fromentin, Gaillard, German, Golds- organize themselves and offer their services to borough, Gore, Horsey, Hunter, King, Lacock, Lam- the Government of the United States," in which

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bills they request the concurrence of the Sen- ferred to the committee to whom was referred, ate.

the first instant, the bill, entitled "An act to proThe Senate resumed, as in Committee of the vide additional revenues for deftaying the exWhole, the consideration of the bill to incorpo- penses of Government aod maintaining the pubrate the subscribers to the Bank of the United lic credit by laying duties on spirits distilled States of America.

within the United States, and by amending the On the question to agree to the motion made act laying duties on licenses to distillers of spiriton the 5ıb instant, by Mr. Mason, to strike out of uous liquors,” to consider and report thereon. section one, line four, the word "fifty," and in The bill, entitled “An act supplemental to the sert in lieu thereof, "twenty," reducing the pro-acts authorizing a loan for the several sums of posed amount of the capital stock from fifty to lwenty-five millions of dollars, and three millions iwenty millions of dollars; it was determined in of dollars," was read the second time by ugadithe negative-yeas 13, nays 18, as follows: mous consent, and referred to the committee last

Yeas-Messrs. Brown, Daggett, Dana, Fromentin, mentioned, to consider and report thereon. German, Goldsborough, Gore, Horsey, Hunter, King, The bill, entitled "An act directing the staff Lambert, Mason, and Thompson.

officers of ihe Army to comply with ihe requsiNars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Brent, tions of naval and marine officers in certain Chace, Condit, Gaillard, Lacock, Morrow, Roberts, cases," was read the second time by unanimous Robinson, Smith, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Varnum, consent, and referred to the Committee on MiliWalker, and Wharton.

tary Affairs, to consider and report thereon. On motion, by Mr. Mason, to strike out of sec

The bill, entitled "An act to authorize the line six, the word "forty," and insert in President of the United States to accept the serlieu thereof, "thirty”—Mr. Dana called for a vices of volunteers who may associate and organdivision of the question, and it was taken on ize themselves, and offer their services to the striking out, and determined in the negative-Government of the United States," was read the yeas 13, nays 18, as follows:

second time by unanimous consent, and referred Yeas, Messrs. Brown, Daggett, Dana, Fromentin, to the Committee on Military Affairs, to consider German, Goldsborough, Gore, Horsey, Hunter, King,

and report thereon. Lambert, Mason, and Thompson.

The bill, entitled "An act to provide for wid. Nars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Brent, ows and orphans of militia and volunteer solChace, Condit, Gaillard, Lacock, Morrow, 'Roberts, diers who shall die or be killed in the service of Robinson, Smith, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Varnum, the United States," was read the second time by Walker, and Wharton.

unanimous consent, and referred to the CommitAfter further progress, the Senate adjourned.

tee on the Militia of the United States, to consider and report thereon.

The amendments to the bill, entitled "An act THURSDAY, December 8.

to provide additional revenues for defraying the The three bills brought up yesterday for con- expenses of Government and maintaining the currence were read, and passed.

public credit by laying duties on spirits distilled Mr. Lacock submitted the following motion : within the United States, and by amending the Resolved, That the Senate will, on the

act laying duties on licenses to distillers of spirit

day of proceed to the choice of an Assistant Door.

uous liquors," was read a third time as amended. keeper.

On motion, by Mr. TAYLOR, the title was Mr. Tait, from the Committee on Naval Af- amended, by inserting after “States” the words,

and Territories thereof." fairs, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate of the second instant, made report, to

Resolved, That this bill pass with amendments. gether with the following resvlution :

The bill for the relief of John C. Hurlburt, of

Chatham, in the State of Connecticut, was read “ Resolved, That it is inexpedient at this time to a third time, and passed. alter the laws respecting the Navy pension fund.” The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the

And the report and resolution were read. Whole, the consideration of the bill for the relief

A message from the House of Representatives of Bowie and Kuriz, and others; and the further informed the Senate that the House have passed consideration thereof was postponed until to. a bill

, entitled "An act making additional appro- morrow. priations for the service of the year one thousand

BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. eight hundred and fourteen;" also, a bill, entitled "Ăn act supplemental to the acts authorizing a The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the loan for the several sums of twenty-five millions Whole, the consideration of the bill to incorpoof dollars, and three millions of dollars:" in which rate the subscribers to the Bank of the United bills they request the concurrence of the Senate. States of America.

The iwo bills last mentioned were read, and On motion, by Mr. King, lo strike out of secpassed to the second reading.

cion two, line eleven, after the word "States," the The bill, entitled "An act making additional following words: “or in the public debt of the appropriations for the service of the year one United States, contracted by virtue of the act of thousand eight bundred and fourteen," was read Congress, entitled "An act authorizing a loan for the second time by unanimous consent, and re- la sum noi exceeding eleven millions of dollars,”

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passed the fourteenth day of March, one thousand On the question, Shall this bill be engrossed eight hundred and iwelve, or contracted, or to be and read a third time as amended ? it was detercontracted, by virtue of any subsequent act and mined in the affirmative-yeas 18, nays 13, as acts of Congress heretofore passed authorizing a follows: loan or loans," and insert in lieu thereof, "or in Yeas-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Brent, any public debt of the United States, bearing at Chace, Condit, Gaillard, Lacock, Morrow, Roberts, the time of payment an interest of six per cent. Robinson, Smith, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Varnum, annually;" it was determined in the negative- Walker, and Wharton.

Nays-Messrs. Brown, Daggett, Dana, Fromentin, yeas 11, Days 19, as follows:

German, Goldsborough, Gore, Horsey, Hunter, King, YEASMessrs. Daggett, Fromentin, German, Golds- Lambert, Mason, and Thompson. borough, Gore, Horscy, Hunter, King, Lambert, Mason, and Thompson. Nars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Brent,

FRIDAY, December 9. Brown, Chace, Condit, Gaillard, Lacock, Morrow, The Senale resumed the consideration of the Roberts, Robinson, Smith, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Var- report of the Committee on Naval Affairs of the num, Walker, and Wharton.

8th instant. Whereupon, On motion, by Mr. FROMENTIN, lo strike out

Resolved, That it is inexpedient at this time to of section iwo, line twenty-seven, after the word alter the laws respecting the Navy pension fund. * paid," the word "twenty," and insert in lieu

The Senate resumed the consideration of the thereof

, “sixty;" it was determined in the nega- motion made yesterday for the choice of an assistive-yeas 10, nays 19, as follows:

lant doorkeeper ; and the further consideration Yeas—Messrs. Brown, Daggett, Fromentin, Golds- thereof was further postponed until Monday next. borough, Gore, Horsey, Hunter, King, Lambert, and bill for the relief of Bowie and Kuriz, and others;

The Senate resumed the consideration of the Mason.

Nars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Brent, and the consideration thereof was further post-
Chace, Condit, Gaillard, German, Lacock, Morrow, poned until Monday next.
Roberts, Robinson, Smith, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Var.

The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the num, Walker, and Wharton.

Whole, the consideration of the bill, entitled "An On motion, by Mr. King, to add a new section act to provide additional revenue for defraying to the bill, as follows:

the expenses of Government, and maintaining the “Sec. 16. And be it further enacted, That if the public credit, by duties on carriages, and the har

ness used therefor;" and the bill baving been said corporation shall do, or cause, or permit to be amended, the President reported it to the House done or transacted, on its behalf or for its use, any matter or thing injurious to the public welfare, and

accordingly. not authorized by this act, or shall neglect to do any grossed, and the bill read a third time as amended ?

On the question, Shall the amendments be enmatter or thing which it shall be the duty of said corporation to do, it shall, in each and every such case,

it was determined in the affirmative. be competent and lawful for Congress to repeal so

The Senate resumed the bill authorizing the much of this act as allows the notes of the said corpo- appointment of certain naval officers therein ration to be received in payment to the United States :" named; and the further consideration thereof It was determined in the negative-yeas 13,

was postponed to, and made the order of the day Days 18, as follows:

for, Monday nexi.

Mr. Taylor. from the committee to whom was Ybag—Messrs. Brown, Daggett, Dana, Fromentin, referred the bill, entitled "An act making addiGerman, Goldsborough, Gore, Horsey, Hunter, King, tional appropriations for the service of the year Lambert, Mason, and Thompson. Nars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Brent, ported it withoui amendment; and the bill was

one thousaod eight hundred and fourteen,” reChace, Condit, Gaillard, Lacock, Morrow, Roberts, considered as in Committee of the Whole ; and Robinson, Smith, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Varnum, Walker, and Wharton.

passed to the third reading. On motion, by Mr. GERMAN, to add a new sec- referred the bill, entitled "An acı directing the

Mr. Brown, from the committee to whom was tion, as follows:

staff officers of the Army to comply with the re“ And be it further enacted, That Congress may quisitions of naval and marine officers in certain repeal so much of this act as relates to the payment of cases," reported it without amendment; and the the public revenue in the bills of the said bank :"

bill was considered as in Committee of the It was determined in the negative-yeas 10, Whole; and passed to the third reading. nays 21, as follows:

The bill to incorporate the subscribers to the Yeas—Messrs. Dana, Fromentin, German, Golds- Bank of the United States of America, was read borough, Gore, Horsey, King, Lambert, Mason, and a third time; and the blanks having been filled, Thompson.

on the question, Shall this bill pass ? it was deNårs-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Brent, termined in the affirmative-yeas 17, nays 14, as Brown, Chace, Condit, Daggett, Gaillard, Hunter, La- follows: cock, Morrow, Roberts, Robinson, Smith, Tait, Tay Yeas-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, Brent, lor, Turner, Varnum, Walker, and Wharton.

Chace, Condit, Lacock, Morrow, Roberts, Robinson, And the PRESIDENT reported the bill to the Smith, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Varnum, Walker, and House amended.

Wharton.

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